Murray: I'll recover from Shanghai loss
Andy Murray spoke of his disappointment following his defeat to Novak Djokovic in the Shanghai Masters but says he is determined not to dwell on the loss.
The Serbian fought off five match points in the second set to win the encounter 5-7 7-6 (13/11) 6-3 in a match which lasted over three hours.
"It was a disappointing one to lose," said Murray, who missed out on a third straight China Open title.
"I've lost tougher matches than that before in the biggest events, so I'm sure I'll recover from it pretty well."
He added on atpworldtour.com: "The second set, I probably played a little bit better. But he came up, served very well on the match points. The one match point I had on my serve, he hit the forehand onto the edge of the line. On the game where I served for the match, he also came up with some good shots.
"It's not like I threw the match away. I didn't make any real glaring errors or anything. When I had my chances, he just served very well and hit a couple of lines when he needed to."